What are you listening to?

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I was listening to messianic music by "Joel Chernoff" (I like his 'Shu-Vee' and 'Come Back' songs very much). But now I just put Commodore Amiga computer game music into my Windows Media Player playlist. I'm listening to the music from the game "Fury of the Furries ('Lagoon')", written by elmobo (Moby). VERY cool music! Love synthesizers.
 

17Bees

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Magenta! For you:

Here's a mellowed out Jethro Tull. No twirling a flute like a baton. No eye bulging faces. No RRRRift's on the flute and windy flute jazz....just a song called Life Is A Long Song.....

 

17Bees

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And another for you Magenta!

Procol Harum - latin for "far from these things" it's as if this song was piped into my mother's belly before I was borned. Leave it to the Danes to give it the dignity it deserves....

 

Magenta

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And another for you Magenta!

Procol Harum - latin for "far from these things" it's as if this song was piped into my mother's belly before I was borned. Leave it to the Danes to give it the dignity it deserves....

How very thoughtful of you, and a wonderful version of this classic :)

Here is one for you :D


More of the young and beautiful from my time :giggle:

I saw Santana in concert (March 8, 1977) shortly before leaving my home province for the west coast :cool:

One of my brothers had bought himself tickets as a birthday present for himself, but then had to work that night :unsure:

So he gave the tickets to me as a birthday present (y) We are twins :geek::D

I remember it as the best concert I have ever seen :love:
 

Magenta

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Another one for you, @17Bees :) This is probably my fave Santana instrumental :)

Carlos Santana told Mojo magazine in November 2008 that he felt that
this was his first recording when he was truly able to express himself.
 

Magenta

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Drum solos got me thinking about, and listening to, this song :)


In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida came out in 1968. It is one of the first LPs I ever purchased :D

A fond memory of my dad:

One time while I was listening to this as a teen at home, my dad
came into the living room and started dancing a bit of a jig to it
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